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Holidays to Malta are ideal for everyone.
Average Flight Time:
4 hours
Time Difference:
1 hours
Average Temp:
23°C
Currency:
EUR

Basking beneath over 300 days of Mediterranean sunshine a year, Malta makes a great year-round holiday destination. The tiny island is packed with plenty to do, from its fascinating historical sights to diving, hiking and shopping.

Enjoy al fresco dinners beside pretty harbours or sophisticated nightlife in St Julian's Bay. Visit the movie sets of blockbuster films like Gladiator, Alexander and Troy.

The coastline of Malta is mainly rocky, but you'll find a long stretch of sand at Mellieha Bay. Bugibba, St Paul's and Qawra are all peaceful, seaside resorts with plenty of restaurants and beautiful architecture. Don't miss a trip to capital Valleta, European Capital of Culture for 2018, with its fortresses, palaces and churches.

Book a holiday in Malta and discover why thousands of visitors return to this island year after year.

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Below is a selection of our top hotels in Malta
Qawra Palace Hotel
Qawra Palace Hotel
When it comes to location, the Qawra Palace Hotel takes some beating. Set on the seafront in Qawra overlooking Salina Bay, this 4 star hotel is what family holidays are all about. The real crowd pleaser is the pool scene.
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Soreda Hotel
Soreda Hotel
For the ultimate in relaxing retreats in Malta, why not take a look at the Soreda Hotel in the heart of Qawra? This 4 star hotel boasts a great selection of facilities and is a favourite with its many returning guests. The real crowd pleaser is the pool scene.
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Santana Hotel
Santana Hotel
For a relaxing holiday in Malta, the Santana Hotel takes some beating. This popular 4 star hotel is located just a few minutes walk from Qawra promenade at the heart of St Pauls Bay.
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Pergola Club Hotel & Spa
(17 reviews)
Pergola Club Hotel & Spa
The picturesque village of Mellieha Bay is home to the Pergola Club Hotel & Spa. This 4 star hotel boasts beautiful views of the sea and surrounding area and a host of onsite facilities.
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Relax Inn
Relax Inn
The Relax Inn Hotel was completely renovated in January 2000 it has 40 rooms all with balconies 8 of them overlooking the sea.
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Argento Hotel
(2 reviews)
Argento Hotel
The award winning Argento hotel is tucked away in a quiet spot in Spinola Bay, within touching distance of St Julians promenade, the Portomaso Marina and the nightlife of Paceville. This contemporary 4 star boutique hotel offers a plethora of onsite facilities for a relaxing holiday in Malta.
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Bayview Hotel & Apartments
(4 reviews)
Bayview Hotel & Apartments
The Bayview Hotel & Apartments boast a prime setting on the seafront promenade in Sliema. This 3 star Malta hotel complex offers an abundance of onsite facilities and panoramic views across Marsamxett Harbour and Valletta.
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Mellieha Bay Hotel
(10 reviews)
Mellieha Bay Hotel
Lush tropical gardens surround the impressive Mellieha Bay Hotel, with a long swathe of golden sands as its nearest neighbour. This 4 star Malta hotel boasts panoramic bay views and an impressive list of family friendly facilities.
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Windsor Hotel
(5 reviews)
Windsor Hotel
The Windsor Hotel is set in a prime location, just off the main promenade in Sliema. This 4 star hotel may be small but it is perfectly formed, with a plethora of onsite facilities for relaxing holidays in Malta.
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Radisson Blu Resort & Spa
(1 reviews)
Radisson Blu Resort & Spa
Sweeping views over Golden Sands Beach come with a stay at the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa. This luxury Malta hotel is contemporary and stylish and offers a plethora of onsite facilities for all the family to enjoy.
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Seashells Resort
(9 reviews)
Seashells Resort
The Seashells Resort sits proudly at the heart of the seafront promenade in Qawra. This luxury Malta hotel offers up a plethora of facilities and combines a laid back vibe for adults with plenty to keep the children entertained.
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Jan
13°C
Feb
13°C
Mar
15°C
Apr
17°C
May
21°C
Jun
25°C
Jul
28°C
Aug
28°C
Sep
26°C
Oct
18°C
Nov
18°C
Dec
15°C
Malta’s climate is typically Mediterranean with more than 300 days of sunshine each year. The months from June to September are the hottest ,with temperatures peaking in the thirties in August and high humidity in September. Winter visitors to the island can expect mild temperatures and sunny days interspersed with short, sharp torrential showers.
Things to see & do

Although Malta isnt noted for its sandy beaches, the rocky coastline and clear waters are a mecca for diving and snorkelling enthusiasts. Sailing, windsurfing and kitesurfing are on the water sport menu too, together with banana boats and jetskis. One of Malta's main attractions is its fascinating history, spanning over 6000 years and covering everything from the Knights of Saint John to the Second World War. An efficient bus service enables you to easily visit the island's various historical sites, or take a guided tour to find out more. For shopping and culture, head to Valletta and Sliema. Take a boat trip to the neighbouring island of Gozo, for sperb beaches and tranquilty. Families should head to the Popeye Village Fun Park in Mellieha Bay. Visit the TaQuali Crafts Village to watch local artisans at work and buy filigree jewellery, lace, glass and other traditional handicrafts. Carnivals and fiestas bring Malta's towns to life throughout the summer months.

For a quiet night head for St Julians harbour area lined with bougainvillea clad restaurants and bars. Party animals should head for Paceville, between Spinola Bay and St Georges Bay, where theres something for everyone: trance clubs, R&B and hiphop joints, salsa bars and alternative/rock bars. Footloose, Havana and the huge Axis club are among the funkiest venues. Besides clubs youll also find other kinds of entertainment in Paceville, including Maltas largest cinema, a bowling alley, sports bars and gentlemens clubs. Close to the cities of Mdina and Rabat in the Eastern part of Malta youll find Gianpula an openair club playing R&B and hiphop surrounded by fields. Another openair venue worth a visit is Numero Uno in TaQuali Craft Village, which has Maltas largest dance floor.

Food & drink

Maltese cuisine is typically Mediterranean, with freshlycaught seafood readily available throughout the island. You'll also find a great choice of international restaurants, serving up English, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Lebanese and Thai dishes. Speciality drinks include wines like Marsovin and Delicata and local beers and liqueurs.

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